Thursday, June 10, 2010

Alice was Here

More Alice
Wow this is really a late post for me, but this took me 1/2 of yesterday and the rest of today to finish. This is a shape, sort of gate card created using Design Studio, George, Joys of the Season and From My Kitchen "Cricut cartridges. The card opens twice. There is also a slot in the saucer that the teacup slids into to keep it closed.
This is the second level of the opening, you then lift from the bottom up.
And here is the greeting. The papers are Paper Salon and Chole's "Black Current". The Paper Salon is "plates" and origally off white and blue, I recolored with the copics because it was not jellin with the rest. Inside it says "...to wish you a Happy Birthday!!" Hope everyone is having a good Thursday. Hugs

11 comments:

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Oh my, this is just amazing Sandi, I can see why it took you so long to do. Simply amazing.

DonnaMundinger said...

OOOOHHHH Sandi! I love the double opening of this! So so fabulous! Keep those Alice cards coming! I went to the bookstore and of course forgot the author you suggested. I remembered the "visual" part but not the "companion" so I bought a book called a visual guide. It does have cool pix from the movie, but it seems to be perhaps written for children. I'll be keeping it, but definitely will be on the lookout for the one you suggested. xxD

Sharon Caudle said...

Love the tri fold and the way you did it Sandi! Beautiful papers and colors!
hugs!
Sharon

DoubleClick Connections said...

Amazing! Love the cup!

Martha Lever said...

Really cute, Sandi! I love how you constructed the card and I see why it too so long!

Kelly said...

Gorgeous card Sandi. I love the way it opens...very creative!

Crayola58 said...

I love the design of this card, Sandi.... It is one design that I have not seen before, and I love how it all folds together to make a grand statement.
Hugs
Carole

Regina Easter said...

how cute...i love it...hugs

Helen said...

That is just so clever! How lovely.

1CardCreator said...

Gorgeous! I love how this goes together. Thanks for sharing. ~Diane

margie c said...

Wow, this is an amazing card! Great folding technique! TFS!
hugs, margie